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Re: will not fully boot
Sir good day i had the same problem and what i did is i press f8 again and again upon start up until the options shows you might try selecting last known better configuration, or go to safe mode, and run a restore point of your liking date, if this two didnt work another thing you could do is put your operating system disk and reinstall it or repair it.. i hope this helps thank you and fixya..
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Possible that the software of the phone is corrupt or a possible hardware is defective.
You can remove the battery and memory card, have the card scanned for virus. replace battery after 15 minutes so that the phone is reset.
if the phone wont boot back the services of the Nokia support must be sought for reinstalling the software.
Try going to the bios and reset the bios to load factory defaults and then reboot. If the same thing happens try taking the hard drive out and reboot, if the same thing happens again its not your hardrive because it would say no boot disk after post. Iam guesing it may be a bios fault because after the logo it goes blank not while loading the os(operating system).
1.Please keep pressing and releasing F8 key when ACER logo is coming.
2.start the computer in safe mode by selecting it in advanced OS choice menu.
3.If started in safe mode go to programs>accessories>system tools>system restore and restore the system to a back date by selecting a bold previous date in calender.
Idf not booting in safe mode also you may need to reinstall the OS again.
1. Change the USB Emulation Setting in the BIOS
NOTE: It is recommended to disconnect any USB devices before performing the following steps.
Restart the system. Wait until the Dell Logo appears. At the Dell Logo screen, press F2 right away to enter the System Setup. The System Setup screen will appear. Press the down arrow key to highlight Integrated Devices (LegacySelect Options). Press Enter. A small box with a list of devices appears in the middle of the screen. Press the down arrow key to highlight USB Emulation. The default setting is On. Press the Space Bar on your keyboard to change the setting to No Boot. Press the Esc key. The small box disappears. Press the Esc key again. A small box with list of options appears in the middle of the screen. Make sure that Save Changes and Exit is highlighted in blue. Press Enter. The system will then restart.
The recommended changes have now been made to the BIOS.
2. Reset the Dell Dimension desktop System Setup (BIOS) to factory defaults.
Restart the system. The Dell logo screen appears. Press F2 to enter the System Setup (BIOS). The System Setup screen appears. Press the ALT + F key combination. Press the Esc key to Save and Exit. Press Enter to Save changes and exit now. The BIOS is now set to the default settings.
You pulled the processor out of your laptop ... that was a brave move ... generally laptop boards are fully integrated so there is very few options on changing the processor ... also because of the extreme heating conditions the heat sink bonding is very critical ... make sure you replace this properly or you will have overheating issues in the future ...
If you mean you need to install windows, you need to set your cdrom drive as first boot device in advanced bios settings or it will try to boot into a non-existent windows.
Make sure your hdd is showing as the master drive, save settings and exit bios.
Re-boot pc with windows disc in cd drive and hit enter when prompted to boot from cd.